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smith and brigham young and my great, great grandfather henry jacobs. i'm wondering about the relationship between -- this is a biased question, of course, i was lead to believe that zina young was kind of like the head wife, but maybe that's flawed. she was the society president, midwife all over the state subpoena she visited all over the state. her journals are locked up at utah state, i believe. [laughter] because some of those talk about how she had spoken tongues and laying on of hands. anyway, i wanted to expand. is it true that brigham young called henry jacobs on a mission so he could turn around and marry his wife? >> that's a great question. it's one of the more interesting marriages. i read some of zina's journals at the church archives there. they're not in good condition. they were hard to read, but she is such a fascinating woman with such a fierce faith. the marriage between brigham young and zina, it took place, i think right in early february of 1846, in the temple. and henry jacobs was there, and the records indicate explicitly that he was there and gave
that excites. ♪ >> help victims of disasters. text: cbs cares. well, 8:41 to go. >> gary: they needed jacob. >> verne: that's what i was thinking. i was thinking about that lsu-florida game when les went for it 5 times on 4th down and converted all 5 including a winning touchdown with jacob. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: mccarron missed his last 5 passes. >> gary: and 4 series in the second half. three 3 and outs and a fum at the end of the drive. >> verne: yeldon is the running back. norwood in motion. lsu might be coming from the corner. they are not. here's mccarron. incomplete. oh, no! it is incomplete, okay. >> gary: i tell you, the alabama bench thinks he caught it. but, of course, they would. obviously it could be reviewed. the outside. kevin norwood perfectly thrown ball. they were making these catches in the national championship. yes, easy call. >> verne: mccarron now 0 for 6. >> gary: nice job by mills stripping that ball loose because his foot was in. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: quick screen right side. quick tackle right side. caught by shinn and mills number 28 was right there.
edward or team jacob, twilight mania is in full swing. your entertainment headlines are straight ahead. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. had to be slow. or that printing in color had to cost a fortune. nobody said an all-in-one had to be bulky. or that you had to print from your desk. at least, nobody said it to us. introducing the business smart inkjet all-in-one series from brother. easy to use, it's the ultimate combination of speed, small size, and low-cost printing. this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> well, in entertainment news, this weekend at the box office, there's really only one movie you need to see. really, there's only one wide release. it's bond, james bond in "s "skyfall," the 23rd film in the franchise. it's expected to do big business this weekend with an estimated $90 million. >> you
figure. "twilight" wearwolf is now a wax figure. members of team jacob kissed, clawed, grabbed the wax figure saying it's almost as good as the real thing. we need to send these people to some therapy. the girls were more curious, however, to see his trademark abs under the suit. >> that's crazy. >> the six pack. >> team jacob. >> that's what you're on? >> i had to say something. i have to participate. >> time for an early look at stories we'll follow throughout the day on nbc. president obama is set to meet with congressional leaders of both parties at the white house. on thursday republican mitch mcconnell called the president's proposal to bring in $1.6 trillion in tax revenue a joke. >>> a report due out today predicts the cash strapped federal housing administration will need bailout from the u.s. treasury for the first time in its 78-year history and happy birthday to baggy. she turns 35 today. you can stay on top of the latest developments and those stories and others as they break on msnbc and tonight be sure to watch "nbc news with brian williams." here's a look at what's comi
at first he must have broke it. >> jacob's mom will never forget what happened. he was diagnosed with a rare disease that causes the hip to collapse 23450678 the ball of the fee muir disinterest greats. >> it was horrible. >> jacob was treated at the international center for limb lengthening. where kids go to get help. they undergo months of intensive treatment and surgery. >> dr. standard has spent years treating kids with growth issues charting a course of treatment is complex in the hetz of the egypts are important. >> dr. standard and his colleague developed an app to predict height. >> hit the calculate button and predicts 60 inches. >> we develop this as a tool for doctors that treat children to calculate how tall children will be. >> the app helps me sit down with mom and dad and predict how much length we want to acheech, how much more later. >> and not only is the app good for medical punches, anyone can use it to find out how tall their child will be. >> let's say her age is nine years. >> we developed the app for doctors, but along the way a lot of patients discovered
a glimpse of bella jacob as they walk the red carpet. >> it's unbelievable. and we haven't gotten to the stars yet. >> group of 2,000 people huddled together in colorful tents decorated with the favorite twilight character. >>> lauren joins with us thecaption this. >> team edward or jacob. >> >> all. >> i robert patinsen is the guy the girl cheated on him. >> this is sent in by beth of her daughter makala how -- michaela who you can see celebrating the first birth day. look at that face. >> that's an expression. >> we posted it and there have a been a lot of comments. pink, pink every where where's ravens purple and black and teresa says oh happy day. cynthia jackpot. and teresa saying herry up the game is on and -- hurry up the game is on and is this heaven? i do need photos for this week so e-mail yours to pix@wmar.com. >>> we are a week away from thanksgiving and it's hard to believe and to make sure macy's big parade goes off without a hitch, new balloons were inflated and flown outside for a test run. >> today's an amazing day for us. we have got two weeks before the macy's t
and team jacob beginning. >>> coming up, how far a woman was willing to go to be one of the first to see the movie. >>> is that authentic? >> yes. >>> the national guard will make it easier to keep in touch with those on the battle front. what they are doing. you want to see this story. a winter wonderland doesn't just happen. it takes some doing. some coordinating. and a trip to the one place with the new ideas that help us pull it all together. from the things that hang and shine... ...to the things that sparkle and jingle. all while saving the things that go in our wallet. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. right now, get an assortment of martha stewart living ornamen,s free when you purchase select artificial trees. i am making crescent bacon cheddar pinwheels. wow, i'm impressed! [ ding ] dad, the cable's out! you got that right? [ kiss ] thank you ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinn
. nancy jacobs is on the ballot. thanks for joining us. >> a pleasure to be here. you know, everybody knows we're facing the worst economy since the great depression. we're $16trillion in debt. we're at a cross roads. i think it's important to ask ourselves are you better off today than you were four years ago? secondly, what is -- has dutch ruppersberger done. i don't think he has done anything to improve the bleak practice. as a former business owner, i think i know what it takes to create jobs in the private sector. the federal government has got to support small businesses and not by passing more taxes and strangling regulations. congress doesn't hold townhall meetings or make an effort to get out in the community to listen to people. being a member of congress is not a spectator sport. the issues are extremely important and you deserve more than a spectator. you deserve a teammate, someone who's going to roll up their sleeves and get to work and listen to you. after being in washington for over a decade dutch has become washington. he votes the way he's told to by his party bosse
victims of disasters. text: cbs cares. well, 8:41 to go. >> gary: they needed jacob. >> verne: that's what i was thinking. i was thinking about that lsu-florida game when les went for it 5 times on 4th down and converted all 5 including a winning touchdown with jacob. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: mccarron missed his last 5 passes. >> gary: and 4 series in the second half. three 3 and outs and a fum at the end of the drive. >> verne: yeldon is the running back. norwood in motion. lsu might be coming from the corner. they are not. here's mccarron. incomplete. oh, no! it is incomplete, okay. >> gary: i tell you, the alabama bench thinks he caught it. but, of course, they would. obviously it could be reviewed. the outside. kevin norwood perfectly thrown ball. they were making these catches in the national championship. yes, easy call. >> verne: mccarron now 0 for 6. >> gary: nice job by mills stripping that ball loose because his foot was in. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: quick screen right side. quick tackle right side. caught by shinn and mills number 28 was right there. >> gary: yes. you look
. they attacked him. >> what do you like about "twilight." >> jacob. >> i want to see taylor lautner. >> robert pattinson. >> that guy is heart. >> i'll be a fan with you? >> i love it. >> girl, edward is so dreamy. >> he is hot. >> if you want to hang out with teen girls, good place. >> if you're a teen guy. >> how big a "twilight" fan are you? >> pretty big. enough to stay here overnight. >> enough not to shower five days. >> i traveled from florida. >> i flew from houston. >> it's really cold. >> you could start a fire by burning some of the books. >> for our next video, we're going to -- not kidding. there's something on your back. >> are you kidding me? you're totally lying. >> no. >> are you kid inning are you kidding? >> no, i'm not. >> in her hair. >> are you being dead serious right for you? >> i'm totally kidding. >> that's what this next video is all about, from vitali, a prankster we had on our show before in florida. he's going around to strangers and saying oh, my gosh, there's something on you. >> you've got a green spider in the back of your hair. it's going in the back of your
. >> that's wonderful. thank you ms. jacobs. to confirm with staff i believe we distributed on e-mail, reflecting ms. jacobson's. for those of you who have visual challenges, have you accessed as well? we look forward to working with you as well. good to see you. we are joined next by mr. polson. i heard this is your last meeting, you're going to hawaii, good luck, (singing( ) fly the ocean in a silver plane. the islands, when wet with rain, remember we will miss you here, and all your work with disabilities (singing) we will be alone without you. maybe you will see the water blue, blue. and you will have a lot of warm climate. and it will make you smile in the island sun. and i hope but most of all, you have lots of fun... whether i'm disability right, disability wrong, whether i find a place in the city, i've got to be me, i've got to be free, with disability, i'm willing to try, do it or die, i have to be disability free. our world -- is waiting for you. i know you won't fall down. you won't settle for disability. if you could have it all. i've got to be free. you've got to
. >> taylor lautner sat down with kevin mccarthy to explain why jacob has become his favorite role and tucker's favorite character. we'll be right back. >>> twie height breaking down dawn part two hits theets are today and taylor lautner has drawn a lot of fans for team jacob in thenedless love triangle that has played out during the twilight movie franchise. >> now that the final chapter is open, movie reviewer kevin mccarthy at down with the actor. >> i was thinking as an actor when you first got in this business or even nowadays, have you ever found yourself under estimating yourself and surprising yourself in a role. >> it does and mainly because of people that i've had the opportunity to work with. you do. you absolutely underestimate yourself sometimes and you get help from people that you never imagined you would be able to work with and they can take to you places that you never thought you could get and that is the best thing. >> is there ever a role that you surprised yourself so much like how did that come out of me. >> i had a lot of fun. i just day cameo in grown-ups 2 and do so
bars when he was doing some black friday shopping and officers saw jacob on thanksgiving night. half row is accused of killing him back on 1926 and he was also wounded in the shooting. >>> he gets back to work with lawmakers when he was determined sending him off the physical cliff. he now has 75 days on deficit reduction and if they don't they have spending cuts that will go into effect january 1st. both parties are ready to compromise. >> the bottom line is we have to get ready as much as possibpresident in the second term -- >> a key sticking point is what to do about taxes and now they want to raise taxes on the wealthy while republicans done while capping certain reductions. >>> police officers can start applying and at 8:00 a.m. they will begin accepting applications for entry level officers. they must be at least 20 years old and have a valid california driver's license or equivalent. the application will start december 7th and starting salary is 88,000 dollars a year. in the city of antioch, we offer a new incentive to apply to its police force and they are set to apply tomo
and there are wa ways in which that's true but jacob and i genuinely believe it's an optimistic story compared with the story that we're typically told about what has been happening to the american economy because what we're typically told is, there is nothing that you can do about this. that it's just an economic reality. there's no point in blaming any political party. and i think the main punchline of our story and the optimistic message is that politics got us into this mess and therefore, potentially politics can get us out of it. >> but if both political parties are indebted to the winners, where do the losers find an army of join? >> when citizens are organized and when they press their claims forcefully, when there are reformist leaders within government and outside of who work on their behalf, then we do see reform. this is the story of the american democratic experiment of wave after wave of reform leading to a much broader franchise, to a much broader understanding of the american idea. you know in the mid-20th cent we we saw aed in which income gains were broadly distributed in whi
to bring in jack jacobs and jonathan alter a columnist for bloomberg. jack, are you surprised? >> oh, yes, i'm shocked. general petraeus has been a symbol of rectitude among military people for nearly 40 years. i knew him when he was a cadet at west point and i was teaching there. his wife hollies a the daughter of the superintendent of the military academy. great loss to the cia, to the country. very sad for the family and for the government and for the country. >> one assumes though, colonel, that given his position as heading what is obviously known as the silent service, that this kind of indiscretion in and of itself is something that many people sadly it happens in their lives but in relation to his position it made it impossible -- >> well, yeah, it would be i impossible, especially now, especially in the circumstance in which the united states is under great threat and there's a wide variety of threats. there are problems between the executive branch and the congress in funding and so forth. you know, somebody once said not that long ago and says it repeatedly, if you fire at ever
brigham young and make great, great grandfather, henry jacobs. i'm just wondering about the relationship -- this is a biased question of course. i was always led to believe that china young was like a head wife, but maybe that is flawed. she was midwife and visited all of this tape. her journals are locked up at utah's state i believe because some of this talk about how she spoke in tongues. i wonder if you could expand and is it true that brigham young called the mission so he could turn around and marry his wife? >> that's a great question and it is one of the more interesting marriages. i read some of the journals in the archives. they're not in good condition. they were very hard to read, but she's such a fascinating woman, such a fiercely. the marriage between brigham young to face in early february of 1846 and henry jacobs was there and the records indicate explicitly that he was there. the bank as of february of 1846, no one, possibly not even brigham young had a clear sense of how this was going to crack tickly workout. john had been living with any of his plural wives. and after
-take-all politics" by two of the country's top political scientists, jacob hacker and paul pierson. they were drawn to a mystery every bit as puzzling as a crime drama "how washington made the cher and turned itsack on the middle class." quote -- ac "we wanted to know how our economy stopped working to provide prosperity and security for the broad middle class.""w and that's what you saw. >> i think a lot of people know. the top one or two wrongs have shot up into the stratosphere while all of the other ones have stayed more or less in place. it's really astonishing how concentrated the games of economic growth have been. >> you know the startling statistic that we have in the book is that if you take all of the income gains from 1979 to 2007, so all the increased household income over that period around 40% of those gains went to the top 1%. and if you look at the bottom 90%, they had less than that combined. and it's not just a one or a two-year story. i mean, we've seen a terrible economy over the last few years. and the last decade is now being called "the lost decade" because there was no grow
president george w. bush, "usa today's" jackie kucinich and medal of honor recipient colonel jack jacobs. i want to start with you. i know you've been asked this this question a couple of times and it is nagging at me because the military is held up. a scandal like this involving two four-star generals and, yes, the jury is still out on general allen and i think his denial needs to be taken more at face value. you can't help but wonder is there a culture here we're missing? >> well, you know, all of the mistakes are made by individuals at the end of the day. there's a fairly robust culture to make sure that people who have high standards both professional and moral rise to the top ranks. it's mott flawless and from time to time people make mistakes. i think -- i'm old enough to remember dwight eisenhower who carried on a long-term affair with his driver and it was fairly well known yet nothing was done about it. i think trying to extrapolate saying as a result of this scandal that we should not necessarily hold the system in repute as a bad one. it is a good system that works hard to elevat
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of the civil war when he finally retires. but he -- jacob brown, a few other officers, but scott is the most important. they become very much -- their agenda very much is to build a proper professional institution and take expertise, usually european, usually french, and bring it to the united states. so, another major figure of this would be astaire, who was sent on a mission to france, basically to collect information about military education. he collects huge numbers of books and material. comes back to west point, and with the support of people like scott -- scott becomes a permanent general during the war of 1812 -- he is able to systemize the west point curriculum and experience that been the had not been the case before. >> host: when was west point founded? >> guest: 1802. i think historians still argue about what thomas jefferson was really after when the school was founded. but no one disagrees the school is institutionally weak, unclear what the purpose of the institution is. there's not very systemized instruction. cadets are older, some younger, and to this day he is called the
. >>> i'm getting caught up on my twilight trivia. >> and are you on team edward or team jacob. coming up. going to la and getting ready for the finale. >> this is crazy. the fans are there. and they know which team they're on. they are camping nought front of a teether in los angeles. this is the premier for breaking down part 2. on monday the stars of the film will walk the black carpet. and one local woman traveled to california to get a look at the stars. >> i planned this after the last premier. i have been saving up time for vacation. we have a good bit of ten days here. >>> and it drew a huge crowd. that's take non-more than $2.5 billion. who do you have. >> edward. all the way. >> he was cheated on, right? >> right. [ laughter ] >> he is learning. >> have a great friday.
a freight train slammed into a parade float that was carrying wounded veterans. abc's larry jacobs reports. >> the trailer got hit by a train. we need as many units as you can. >> reporter: a parade float carrying wounded veterans to a banquet in their honor, was broadsided by a freight train. it happened at this railroad crossing in midland, texas. two 18-wheelers with flatbed trailers were carrying dozens of wounded warriors and their families. the first truck crossed the railroad tracks safely. but the second took the full force of the collision. >> saw the truck crossing the track. about halfway across, the gate started coming down. the truck tried to blow his horn to get the other people in front of him out of the way. the gate actually hit the first people on the trailer. >> some people were able to jump off. and some, they were sitting on the wheelchair on top of that. and they couldn't do nothing about it. >> reporter: sirens from the police cars in the parade may have drowned out the sound of the locomotive barreling down on the trailer. >> we had, the warriors -- the wounded warr
.s. troops in afghanistan at the time. >> jennifer: so jacob -- jacob -- jake obviously with petraeus and others was that the right move for us? >> well, the book does look at counter insurgency the u.s. going into these areas, trying to get locals to establish ties with the afghan government establish ties with u.s. forces and win them more so they do not want to align themselves with the enemy. and the book is basically an entire history of counter insurgency in this entire area. the americans do win over to a degree a lot of the locals. so it is not a failure, there are successes, but there is a catastrophic event that changes the entire dynamic in the valley, so there is a chasm. and then everything goes to hell. so it's kind of just an anecdote told in very human terms. >> jennifer: well, i appreciate the fact that you wrote it. since you are here and know the ins and outs of things, i want to turn to current affairs, it was say that susan rice mislead the country on the attack in libya. >> what is interesting about that is obviously house members have no
correspondent chuck todd and retired army colonel and recipient of the medal of honor, jack jacobs. jack, let's talk about generals beginning with petraeus. during world war ii, americans could name a handful of generals, with the exception of curtis lemay and your commander in vietnam, westmoreland since then. tell me about the impact on the military, any fault the military may have in the system? >> well, we have a large number of general officers, admirals, flag officers, lots and lots of them. as a result, somebody like petraeus who is skilled shines above all others. but in order to have lots and lots of generals, the law of large numbers says that some of them are not going to be good, and the supervision of their rise and their nomination is not always the best. it's easy to take your eyes off the bubble, and as a result, you have a circumstance like this, it's very troubling, although i have to say that the rank and file of the military is strongly in favor of good people continuing to command no matter what the results of an investigation like this. >> chuck todd over to you, and pol
here, it's come to a close here. . >> thanks brian. state senator nancy jacobs campaigned against ruppersberger who we know was elected tonight. we talked to her about the race. >> i think we layed a lot of ground work for the future. and there's a lot of people that are very enthused about run ag republican congressal race that did not feel that way before that felt like there's no chance whatsoever. i believe that there is a chance for the republicans to have a resurgence in maryland. >> jacobs represents hartford and cecil county. she retains her seat as state senator. >> it was not a good night for republicans. speaker of the house john bone boener said he would be sad to lose one seat. he lost it when bartlett was not re-elected. the western maryland republican farmer and college professor lost to john delaney who who is a self made millionaire who is now one of the richest members of congress. . >> all right on the weather front, continuing to watch the storm to the south here. as we look at this, you can see it just off the carolina coast here. showers coming down and t
harris keeps his seat. dutch ruppersberger held off a challenge from nancy jacobs. all the incumbents held their seats with the exception of roscoe bartlett who was upset by john delaney. >> the maryland's congregational is made up almost entirely of democrats. andy harris is the sole conservative voice for maryland. >> it was a disappointing night for -- his colleague roscoe bartlett was defeated in the sixth district. we asked how that will affect his ability to get things done in the citd.c. >> we have huge issues with over-regulation and threats of over-taxation. our unemployment rate is higher than other parts of maryland. i will work with people in the first district. i will look beyond party labels. the election is over. i will work with my two senators and the rest of the delegation to help the district. >> the first former secret service agent to run for federal office but he was unable to oust ben cardin. the party is digesting disappointing results in maryland. members are talk about how to turn it around for the next election cycle. >> we have a more results on our elect f
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